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COVID-19: Surge testing for Indian and South African variants under way across England
Surge testing to tackle an outbreak of the Indian variant of coronavirus is under way in parts of England.
Rangers fans gather in Glasgow to celebrate Scottish Premiership title win despite warnings from police
Thousands of Rangers fans have gathered outside Ibrox in Glasgow to celebrate the team's title win, many lighting red and blue flares and few wearing masks.
Israel-Gaza conflict: Thousands march in London to demonstrate against Gaza violence
Thousands have people have gathered on the streets of central London to protest in solidarity with Palestinians amid the ongoing conflict with Israel.
COVID-19: Lockdown easing a 'real worry', doctors warn - as minister says it's 'the safe thing to do'
Easing restrictions in England next week is the right thing to do, the government has insisted, as doctors said the move was a "real worry" with many still awaiting vaccination.
Crimes at UK weddings revealed including mass brawls, dog attacks and sex offences
It's supposed to be the happiest day of your life, but police have revealed details of dozens of crimes reported at weddings in the last three years - including mass brawls, thefts and sexual misconduct.
A Green wave overtook Bristol in the election, and it appears climate change wasn't the only reason
Bristolians care about our planet.
British troops battle sandstorm to seize Islamic State weapons cache, MOD says
British troops have battled a sandstorm and temperatures higher than 50C (122F) to seize a cache of weapons from Islamic State terrorists in Mali, the Ministry of Defence has said.
Debenhams' remaining stores to close for the final time as COVID shutdown ends more than 240 years of retail history
Debenhams stores across the UK will shut their doors for the final time later, bringing more than 240 years of retail history to an end.
COVID-19 jab named 'best defender' of the season by football pundits in new vaccine campaign video
Football stars are urging the public to get vaccinated - helping the UK achieve its goal of giving coronavirus the red card.
COVID-19: Indian coronavirus variant expected to become most dominant in UK, says Professor Chris Whitty
The Indian coronavirus variant is expected to become the most dominant in the UK and is more transmissible than the one that originated in Kent, government scientists have said.